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Brute Force Protection

Brute Force Protection

From 2FA to Brute Force Protection

Tired of 2FA? Let's dive into a new security challenge: Brute Force Attacks!

What is Brute Force?

Brute Force Defined

Imagine a thief trying every key in your house until they find the right one. That's Brute Force!

Types of Brute Force Attacks

Brute Force Tricks

  • Dictionary Attacks: Using common words and phrases.
  • Rainbow Table Attacks: Pre-computed hashes of common passwords.
  • Credential Stuffing: Reusing passwords across multiple accounts.

Mitigating Brute Force Attacks

Brute Force Defense Mechanisms

Let's protect our systems with these strategies:

Strong Passwords and Multi-Factor Authentication

Password Power

  • Use strong and unique passwords
  • Enable multi-factor authentication (MFA) for added security

Rate Limiting

Slowing Down the Attack

Limit the number of login attempts within a specific time frame.

Captcha and ReCAPTCHA

Captcha Challenge

Display challenges like image recognition or text puzzles to differentiate humans from bots.

IP Address Blocking

Blocking Suspicious IPs

Identify and block IP addresses associated with suspicious activity.

Intrusion Detection Systems

IDS on Guard

Monitor system activity for suspicious patterns and alert administrators.

Next Topic: Data Validation and Sanitization

Preventing Malicious Input

Stay tuned for our next topic: Data Validation and Sanitization, where we'll protect your data from harmful inputs. Follow us for more security insights!